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, bridget lancaster, becky hays, with adam ried in the equipment corner and jack bishop in the tasting lab. discover the secrets of america's foremost food testers and tasters, today on america's test kitchen. today on america's test kitchen, bridget reveals the secrets to making the ultimate beef kebabs. next, jack challenges chris to a tasting of greek yogurt. finally brian uncovers the test kitchen secrets for perfect spanakopita.
, featuring test kitchen chefs julia collin davison, bridget lancaster, becky hays, with adam ried in the equipment corner and jack bishop in the tasting lab. discover the secrets of america's foremost food testers and tasters, today on america's test kitchen. >> today on america's test kitchen, julia uncovers the secrets to cooking with a slow cooker. first, she teaches chris how to make the ultimate old-fashioned chicken noodle soup. next, she reveals the test kitchen's secrets for foolproof porkn.
lancaster, becky hays, with adam ried in the equipment corner and jack bishop in the tasting lab. discover the secrets of america's foremost food testers and tasters, today on america's test kitchen. today on america's test kitchen, we're making southern classics. first, bridget reveals the secrets to making the perfect caramel cake. next, julia shows chris how to make foolproof split pea and ham soup. that's all right here on america's test kitchen.
test kitchen chefs julia collin davison, bridget lancaster, becky hays, with adam ried in the equipment corner and jack bishop in the tasting lab. discover the secrets of america's foremost food testers and tasters, today on america's test kitchen. today on america's test kitchen, bridget shows chris how to make foolproof gnocchi at home. next, gadget guru lisa reveals her top pick for rotary graters. finally, yvonne shows chris how to make an italian recipe for bread and tomato salad, panzanella. that's all right here on america's test kitchen. america'st
, libya. >> come on, man. >> becky-stan. >> do you think reverend wright is off limits in this campaign? >> it's called romnesia. >> worst republican to put up against barack obama. >> i'm not concerned about the very poor. >> oops. >> i can't be perfect. >> we don't need a ma'amby pamby leader. >> pumping a little iron. >> i got bit by a penguin. >> those small animals can be fer row shis. >> the naacp invites me, i'll go to their convention. >> i prepared a small chart here. >> arithmetic. >> it would take me too long to go through the math. >> stupid people are ruining america. "america". >> what a snob. >> sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. >> sometimes the best is not the greatest, but it's the best. >> okay. >> i'm not going to shut up. it's my turn. >> start packing. >> what would you like to say to mr. romney? >> good luck tonight. really. >> it was not a spontaneous demonstration? >> please proceed. can you say that a little louder, candy? >> he did call it an act of terror. >> it's our turn now. >> president obama has been re-elected for a second term. >> i just call
the world's greatest living explorer is about to cross antarctica on food. becky anderson spoke with him and i asked her about the conditions he faces. >> he is already considered the world's greatest living explorer. this 68-year-old british pioneer has today marked the start of the coldest journey on earth. that is crossing the ant ark arctic on food in winter. we are talking at 2,000 miles in almost complete darkness in temperatures that plunge to minus 90 degrees celsius. as he told me, if anyone on his team gets injured, they are on their own. >> if we run into problems like that, there is no help. all the rescue facilities shut off. that's why every government, the americans, the germans, have rules you do not let civilians go down there in winter because if something happens, they will become an embarrassment to their government. >> well, after four years, he managed to get permission and his ship is on its way. he told me there's just one thing he's looking forward to before he sets off and that is a long, hot, soapy bath. it will be his last for six months. >> wow, that is prett
exclusively with our becky quick on the impact of the fiscal cliff, repercussion does go well into 2014 inside now from one of the best known negotiation experts around, harvard business school professor deepak ma hallow and author of "i moved your cheese" and genius, pleasure to have you here. >> pleasure to be here. >> i you noticed from the notes, you said we begin a negotiation and taking this out of the political context and talk about large-scale negotiations, per say you have to think two steps ahead. why? wh what does that give you? >> if you don't play out the negotiations and see what's going to happen week or month later in the event there is no deal, you're not going to pick the right strategy up front r the current negotiations, for example, both sides thinking about what changes after december 3 11st. if you can look ahead and see things are worse for you in january than now, may want to try earlier to get a deal before it is too late. >> one thing we have noticed a lot of this seems to be playing out in the president coming to the mic, the speaker coming to the mic is that postu
. becky anderson is live in london. wow, becky. this is unbelievable. i've never heard of anything like this. how is this guy supposed to survive? how does he do this? >> well, i think that's what they're going to learn, whether they can survive. for six months in the dark, suzanne. let's remember that it's winter between march and september in antarctica, so it will be dark for most of the time, and as you say, the temperatures will be below 90 degrees centigrade, or 130 degrees fahrenheit. that is something else. as with all these expeditions worth their salt, they'll be carrying out some scientific experiments. they'll also be raising some $15 million for seeing is believing, which is a global charity to prevent blindness. there's lots of good reasons why they're doing this, but if you are arguably the greatest living british explorer, there is more to it than that. there are two words that i think come to mind when you talk to explorers. that's ego, and this great sense of competition. have a listen to what he said about that. >> people that wanted these records as much as we do are
to have to. we know what you make. >> the author and his wife. don and becky, six years on this baby. >> six? i'm surprised they finished it in such record time the weight >> delayed. whenever you like to tell. >> stick around. >> have told them i wanted you to read something. >> i'm all packed up. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> have good of you to come. >> test your wife. a bet you she did most of it. >> extra care. and i'm going to then tomorrow. [inaudible conversations] >> i forgot about that. >> it's not above you. >> i didn't write it. >> not to ask. [inaudible conversations] >> anyway, he doesn't go. i love the guy. kissing him on the head. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] fix. >> that will be enough. >> i was just in the elevator. [inaudible conversations] >> how are you. >> and good. >> good to see you. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> okay. given year. get in the year. >> one of
to raise taxes and raise revenue in this country. >> in body. >> the author and his wife. don and becky and they have been six years on this baby. >> i am surprise they finished it in such a quicktime, the way you are, you old coot. >> go ahead intel c-span whatever you would like. >> these are pals of mine. >> how are you? >> your book will give special attention. >> we have already bought it, but i told them that i wanted you to write something. [inaudible conversations] >> we ought to have a pilot looks. i can do it tomorrow some time. stack them all. buffalo bills great-granddaughter. >> we wanted to find out where the book was. >> linda, my god. you old rascal. how good of you to come. >> i really asked your wife to sign the book as i set out that she did most of it. >> tomorrow between all of my -- i did not write it. i'm not the author. >> i forgot about that. it's not why you. >> i did not write it. anyway, anyway i want to add special notes to this. >> does that mean we will never get it back? >> you will get it back. is that my hairpiece? [laughter] >> the one you lost 45 year
some folks lose their mipds. >> when is the next election, becky? >> four years. >> why does he need to pump up his base and go on the road? >> go to charlotte and say, fairness and then they run to try to beat the tax man, which is -- he is doing his job as a corporate executive. >> shame on them. i can't even talk about it anymore. >> joining our panel is msnbc contributor, ari melber. an author of the report about how the campaign tried to turn its grass roots network into a governing force in the president's first term. nice to have you with us. >> despite the drama that it is causing, the president is going directly to the folks. this is something they were criticized on between '08 and 2012. what's it going to look like now? is the president going to be able to use enter base? i think it depends on what they ask them to do. the report that i wrote interviewed dozens of ofa activists, talked to campaign staff and people on capitol hill in both parties. what i found was that they became basically a single issue group around health care, which was exciting to many people, a promis
some great deals out there. and abc's becky worley tells us where to find the very best ones. >> reporter: be it a big box, a local boutique, or the good, old mall. you may not find a parking spot this weekend. but you're sure to find some delicious deals. why? well, consumers have waited longer than usual to wrap up their shopping. so, retailers are ready to slash prices. big, across-the-board discounts are coming. let's start with clothes. aeropostale, a staple for the teen set, has 60% off everything. american eagle and banana republic has slashed 40% off of their entire store. kmart has 50% off all jammies and robes. from cozy and warm, let's move over to hot gifts. at toys "r" us, they're offering a buy one get one 30% off deal on video games. for the dudes and the handy ladies, sears has $90 off one of their most popular tool sets. lowe's has 20% off vacuums and small appliances, including the ever-coveted kitchenaid mixer. ooh, i want that. now, a big trend i'm seeing is bundling. like this single-serve coffeemaker for $149, bundled with a $30 gift card from target. di
, though. our tech guru, becky worley is here, with great tips. >> thank you. >> great to have you in person. usually see you by skype. >> in my kitchen. but i'm here to help you with all of the gadgets you received as gifts. >> one of the biggest gifts of the year, ipads, iphones. let's start with them. how do we protect them? >> this is the time. you got your great gadget. if you're in love with it, take care of your little baby, okay? what you're trying to avoid is turning this into this. ooh. we do not want the cracked screen. >> it is like one fall and it can happen. >> absolutely. and especially when teens are getting these gifts. the thing you'll notice is a lot of people say, put a case on it right away. this thing is like a tank. putting this in your pocket is a serious endeavor. there are some with a little more silicone with rounded corners. those seem to do the best job protecting you. i do a lot of drop testing, intentionally and unintentionally. and what really makes a difference is a screen protector. when you put one of these on your phone, it really helps to protec
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